By Krsi Sue on January 03, 2006
Photo by BestTeenChef
Photo by BestTeenChef
"Never send DH to buy yogurt - - you'll get plain yogurt every time, and then the little ones say, "But Mommy, it's yucky!" In a pinch, what could I do, but make my own flavored yogurt & it is a hit!"
Serving Size: 1 (245 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"First off I don't like plain jello and my DH doesn't like yogurt, but the two together are amazing. I sprinkled SF strawberry yogurt over some fat free plain yogurt that I had drained for a few hours to make greek yogurt, added about a teaspoon of splenda and thawed (frozen) sliced strawberries plus a little cool whip so it wasn't quite so thick. Yum. We could have eaten the whole batch in one sitting. Thanks for posting."
"Delicious. I found this when searching for ideas to use all the the plain yogurt in my fridge. I used sugar free orange jello but I had to add splenda, I also added cool whip to the top."
"This is a good idea! For those who haven't tried it yet, it tastes more like Jello with a different consistency than like flavored yogurts you would buy at the store. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for Healthy Choices ABC Tag."
"Awesome! I was just searching for something quick, easy & comforting to do with all this extra plain yogurt in my fridge, and I've had these 2 boxes of Jello in my pantry for a couple years now. We just don't eat jello in this house, so anyway, it's perfect! Cleaning out the clutter without wasting product & money. :) Tasty!"
"I had been doing this for my 4 yo and he loved it. We decided to get off artificial coloring, so we can't use Jello anymore. Luckily he'll eat it with jam mixed in. I can probably buy the natural type "jello", but it's pretty expensive. It would work too, for those vegans who won't eat jello."
"I sprinkled strawberry jello into pots of homemade plain yogurt, and my three youngest children really enjoyed it! I did find that I had to use about a teaspoon of sugar in each pot to sweeten it a bit. (Without it, it was a bit tart.) I can't usually get the kids to eat my yogurt, but thanks to you, Krsi Sue, now I can!"
"I used SF Strawberry Jello and I loved it! I like making it the strength that I want it to be. My 4year old loved it too. Thank you for posting Krsi Sue!!!"
"This was delicous! I used strawberry gelatin and then I outlined the bowl with banana slices! Thanks for the recipe Krsi Sue!"
"I tried this recipe because I am a weight watcher core member and plain fat free yogurt just stinks. However, I miss my yogurt. I was surprised at how good this was. Be gentle adding the powder because it can go from being really good to being too strong really fast. "
"Perfect solution for my breakfast-in-a-hurry mornings. I don't use sugar often, so the SF Jello was perfect; not to mention the flavors are endless. I have tried strawberry kiwi and added fresh blueberries to it. My 12 month old grandson love it, too. I use full fat yogurt because I like the creamy flavor. Yogurt has lots of probiotics which help build the immune system, too. This is a great breakfast and snack for when you have been on a prescreption of anti biotics! Thanks for the simple idea that has had a big impact on the increase of my yogurt consumption."
"Yippie! I tried this because I had some leftover plain yogurt from making a dill sauce. This was great because I never did like any of the flavors that are in the store."
"This was good, better than I expected. I used berry blue jello as per my sister's request, and I look forward to trying other flavors. I wasn't sure how this was going to taste, but it ended up being good yogurt! Thanks!"
"This is a neat treat and less expensive than the flavored yogurts.I want to find blueberry jello and try it. I tried orange jello and stirred in drained mandrain oranges. A winner!"
"Oh, Man! What an easy treat this is. Thanks for sharing! A little sugar-free Jello, and you're on your way to a wonderful, low cal snack!!"